The Cardinals placed LB O’Brien Schofield on injured reserve with an ankle injury and re-signed DE Ronald Talley.
The Cardinals' defense is making major progress at linebacker, where second-year pros Daryl Washington and O'Brien Schofield and rookie Sam Acho are coming on strong.
Major battles could be brewing at both OLB positions for the Cardinals, with Will Davis taking on holdover Clark Haggans on the left side, and O'Brien Schofield competing against rookie Sam Acho on the right side.
We hear the lockout is doing Cardinals fourth-round rookie Sam Acho no favors as far as earning an immediate starting berth at one of the team's OLB positions.
While the Cardinals have only just begun to formulate their plans for the upcoming draft, team insiders believe the team will be counting on significant contributions in 2011 from their top four picks in last year's draft.
With the exception of quarterback, the position that could change the most for the Cardinals is linebacker, where we hear it's possible only one of the four LBs who began the season as a starter (Paris Lenon) could return ...
Cardinals veteran OLB Joey Porter has a significant triceps injury, head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday.
While the Cardinals definitely will be looking for QB help this offseason for obvious reasons, they very well could opt for a quality pass rusher in the first round of the 2011 draft if one is available that they believe ...
The Cardinals will be without OLB Will Davis for the rest of the season after he broke his left leg against the Chiefs on Sunday.
One criticism of 49ers head coach Mike Singletary, according to NFC West Whispers, is that he depends too much on some of his rookies, who may not be able to do their jobs as well as some veterans on the ...
The Cardinals added LB Gerald Hayes to the active roster from the physically-unable-to-perform list on Saturday. LB O'Brien Schofield has also been added from the non-football injury list.
To bring down its roster to the league-required 75-player maximum by this afternoon, Arizona placed two players on injured lists and released another.
The Colts believe speedy WR Sam Giguere might win the kickoff-return job in 2010, according to our Whispers, and eventually become a dangerous slot receiver in the mold of the Patriots' Wes Welker.